On September 23, the Paco Rabal Cultural Center in Madrid witnessed an innovative show that fused fashion and dance to tell the fascinating story of Spanish creation. The dance work “MERINA: El Oro Español”, created by the OTEYZA firm, stood as a shining beacon of creativity and culture.
This unique show sought to share the story of Spain’s creation through music and dance, highlighting the importance of Merino wool, from its humble origins to its influence on 16th century fashion and its impact on the high avant-garde. The fusion of fashion and Spanish dance was presented as a truly unique and captivating event.
One of the highlights of “MERINA: El Oro Español” was the costumes created by OTEYZA, which transported the audience through the centuries and Spanish fashion trends. Antonio Najarro’s masterful choreography, Tagore González’s evocative music, and Príamo Estudio’s stunning scenic design came together to create an unforgettable visual and auditory experience.
Thanks to Geosimo Media, the show producer, Fluge Audiovisuales was in charge of supplying the audiovisual material. The equipment includes a microphone controlled by a Yamaha QL1, more than 30 robotic and conventional spotlights and a 20,000 lumens HD laser projector.